by Mabel Roy
  • 1 minute read
  • June 18, 2020
Abu Dhabi’s Museums And Cultural Sites Are Set To Reopen To The Public

After closing their doors to the public in March this year, museums in Abu Dhabi are set to reopen and welcome visitors back with safety measures and restrictions put in place. Various cultural facilities in the capital  will be allowed to operate at a 40 percent capacity and will be required to follow social distancing rules and crowd-control measures. Thermal cameras have also been installed at entrances.

Louvre Abu Dhabi, Qasr Al Hosn and the Cultural Foundation from 24 June. “Announcing the reopening of our cultural sites is a significant step in helping residents and visitors to Abu Dhabi to accelerate a return to ‘normal’ life in the emirate,” Saood Al Hosani, acting undersecretary of DCT Abu Dhabi, told The National.

For a dose of adrenaline, you can also visit the Yas Marina Circuit, which has announced that it’s reopening on 19 June. With the weekend approaching, it’s time to plan your visits.

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